Are you prepared?
LIBOR ceased to be published as a floating rate benchmark at the end of 2021 (except for USD LIBOR which continues to be published until June 2023). Remediating IBOR based contracts presented the market with a significant challenge.
The transition from IBORs to alternate reference rates (ARRs) or risk free rates continues to have a considerable impact on the financial markets. Regulators have required regulated firms to understand the risks this poses to their business, remodel their systems and repaper legacy contracts to ensure smooth transition.
This resource hub includes updates, useful guides, briefings and events on navigating the transition from LIBOR around the world.
IBOR Transition for global banks
Completing a review and repapering exercise, covering many thousands of commercial financial agreements.
LIBOR transition – Asia insights
We are bringing you a series of short videos focusing on LIBOR transition issues affecting financial institutions in Asi...
LIBOR transition checklist
Managing LIBOR transition will start with a full impact assessment covering all areas of your business that are exposed to IBOR. We have identified a checklist of key issues to consider when developing your IBOR transition strategy.